BNSF

AcronymDefinition
BNSFBurlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (Fort Worth, TX)
BNSFBurlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation (railroad)
BNSFBurlington Northern Sante Fe (railway)
BNSFBetter Neighbourhood Services Fund (Scotland, UK)
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The opening of the Queretaro office is an important step in BNSF Logistics'ongoing investment and expansion efforts in order to better serve existing and future customers in Mexico.
Some utilities might be stuck with unused hopper cars; it is not beyond reason that BNSF and other railroads would be stuck with unused power.
Rob Owen, Matthew Smith, and Jeffrey Whitehead were recognized by BNSF during a ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas, where the company's headquarters are located.
Some of the work involves BNSF and Union Pacific networks.
The relationship between the US military and BNSF and its predecessor railroads dates back to the Civil War.
BNSF of Springdale is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp.
BNSF will enter into a sublease agreement with customers at the current market rates in exchange for a guaranteed commitment of monthly shipments.
The 194 new and expanding facilities located on BNSF in 2012 included signature rail equipment manufacturing projects in Fort Worth, Texas and Rochelle, Illinois.
Also aboard segments of the inspection train tour were BNSF Railway Executive Chairman Matt Rose, Interim Kansas Transportation Secretary Richard Carlson, and other state, local and federal officials.
Curiously, BNSF acted in a secretive manner immediately and for years after the derailment, not as one would expect from a railroad seeking the cooperation of a major shipping industry.
There aren't enough pipelines to transport crude oil products from oil shale areas, but BNSF, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific have proven to be viable transport alternatives across North America, writes Andrew Holland.
4 percent of outstanding BNSF shares it did not already own.